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scottyd27  
#441 Posted : Sunday, June 13, 2021 1:46:50 PM(UTC)
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Also the NTEU is trying to address some disparities in pay and retirement that RO as law enforcement officers should be entitled to.

Several bills on congress about it now


I'm not sure about disparities in pay unless you mean moving ROs to the GL (law enforcement) pay scale. The GL pay scale meets up with the GS pay scale at GS11.

I did read an article that sought to give the 20 year retirement option to ROs, CBP inspectors, and canine enforcement inspectors and it seemed like a pretty compelling argument. The link is below.

https://www.nteu.org/leg...etirement-eligibility-fo





22 years ago??!!

Thereโ€™s a bill in congress now. Not sure the status


https://www.google.com/a...cDJMVrqco&format=amp

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Riverside on 6/13/2021(UTC)
Foggy  
#442 Posted : Sunday, June 13, 2021 2:02:13 PM(UTC)
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Contact your Congress Reps/ Senators then have your coworkers do the same.
IRSSpecialAgent_1Day  
#443 Posted : Sunday, June 13, 2021 3:54:19 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Riverside Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: IRSSpecialAgent_1Day Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: scottyd27 Go to Quoted Post
Also the NTEU is trying to address some disparities in pay and retirement that RO as law enforcement officers should be entitled to.

Several bills on congress about it now


I'm not sure about disparities in pay unless you mean moving ROs to the GL (law enforcement) pay scale. The GL pay scale meets up with the GS pay scale at GS11.

I did read an article that sought to give the 20 year retirement option to ROs, CBP inspectors, and canine enforcement inspectors and it seemed like a pretty compelling argument. The link is below.

https://www.nteu.org/leg...etirement-eligibility-fo


22 years ago??!!



I guess they've been trying for a while! ๐Ÿ˜Š
scottyd27  
#444 Posted : Sunday, June 13, 2021 4:18:33 PM(UTC)
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Also the NTEU is trying to address some disparities in pay and retirement that RO as law enforcement officers should be entitled to.

Several bills on congress about it now


I'm not sure about disparities in pay unless you mean moving ROs to the GL (law enforcement) pay scale. The GL pay scale meets up with the GS pay scale at GS11.

I did read an article that sought to give the 20 year retirement option to ROs, CBP inspectors, and canine enforcement inspectors and it seemed like a pretty compelling argument. The link is below.

https://www.nteu.org/leg...etirement-eligibility-fo


22 years ago??!!



I guess they've been trying for a while! ๐Ÿ˜Š


Either way. I like my job. Being an RO is exciting.

And IMHO itโ€™s an important job.
YourNeighborsYard  
#445 Posted : Monday, June 14, 2021 8:37:18 AM(UTC)
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Automatic promotion/journey levels at IRS:

Tax attorney: 14
Criminal investigator/special agent: 13
Revenue agent: 12
Revenue officer: 11
Tax compliance officer (TCO): 9

There is a hierarchy in the IRS as there is a hierarchy in the world. Until there is a GS-16, there will be no automatic 12 for ROs and there will be no LEO benefits. To give those benefits to ROs would upset the world.
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IRSSpecialAgent_1Day on 6/14/2021(UTC)
professorx  
#446 Posted : Monday, June 14, 2021 12:01:40 PM(UTC)
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The bill to offer 6(c) benefits to all federal police officers, revenue officers, revenue agents, and CBP seizure specialists is introduced almost every year, but it never makes it out of committee. The main focus is giving those benefits to federal police officers to bring them in parity with criminal investigators, Border Patrol Agents, CBP Officers, and Bureau of Prisons employees. Journey levels have no bearing on this. But, to be honest, the bill would probably have a better chance of getting to the floor for a vote if it only included criminal law enforcement positions and not IRS employees who do civil enforcement and CBP property seizure employees who have no arrest powers. Those jobs can get dangerous, but many in federal law enforcement do not support giving 6(c) retirement to non-law enforcement personnel.

Revenue officers do not have more power than 1811s. Their summonses don't need court approval because they're for civil cases, and it requires a referral and a long, drawn-out process to get the summons enforced.
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IRSSpecialAgent_1Day on 6/14/2021(UTC)
Jay_Degage  
#447 Posted : Thursday, June 17, 2021 10:00:37 AM(UTC)
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I just received an email that I had some paperwork to complete for a position. I didn't know what it was.

Turns out that it was a tentative offer letter for this position.
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I just received an email that I had some paperwork to complete for a position. I didn't know what it was.

Turns out that it was a tentative offer letter for this position.


Congrats! Which location did you interview for?
Jay_Degage  
#449 Posted : Thursday, June 17, 2021 12:53:50 PM(UTC)
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I just received an email that I had some paperwork to complete for a position. I didn't know what it was.

Turns out that it was a tentative offer letter for this position.


Congrats! Which location did you interview for?


I won't give the exact location, but it's in Washington State.
Riverside  
#450 Posted : Thursday, June 17, 2021 1:41:48 PM(UTC)
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I just received an email that I had some paperwork to complete for a position. I didn't know what it was.

Turns out that it was a tentative offer letter for this position.


Congrats! Which location did you interview for?


I won't give the exact location, but it's in Washington State.


Congrats on the job offer! Can I ask how long ago you interviewed and are you external/internal?
Jay_Degage  
#451 Posted : Thursday, June 17, 2021 4:39:09 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Riverside Go to Quoted Post
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I just received an email that I had some paperwork to complete for a position. I didn't know what it was.

Turns out that it was a tentative offer letter for this position.


Congrats! Which location did you interview for?


I won't give the exact location, but it's in Washington State.


Congrats on the job offer! Can I ask how long ago you interviewed and are you external/internal?


I had my interview on May 21st, and am external.
Spazilton  
#452 Posted : Thursday, June 17, 2021 6:03:49 PM(UTC)
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Have any internals had success in negotiating a higher step in salary when changing positions?


I am going in as a 9/2 with hopes of being able to get GS11 before my next step increase. I am not changing locations. I met with my manager today and hopefully I can make GS11 in 9 months. ๐Ÿ˜†


I'm hoping to come in as a 9/10 to match current salary, but as an external.


Congratulations on your offer!

I just applied myself for Houston,TX on the announcement that is still open.

Are you a Veteran?

Do you know if they're going to continue hiring for Houston or they are pretty much done?

Thx!


I'm a 30%+ Disabled Vet, rated BQ. Applied for GS-7. Got email notice from USAJOBS they shut down hiring and wont be filling any positions at GS7. I applied in Houston also. Not that worried about it, I got an offer from DOL for a claims examiner position.

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Nick777  
#453 Posted : Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:14:49 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Spazilton Go to Quoted Post
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Have any internals had success in negotiating a higher step in salary when changing positions?


I am going in as a 9/2 with hopes of being able to get GS11 before my next step increase. I am not changing locations. I met with my manager today and hopefully I can make GS11 in 9 months. ๐Ÿ˜†


I'm hoping to come in as a 9/10 to match current salary, but as an external.


Congratulations on your offer!

I just applied myself for Houston,TX on the announcement that is still open.

Are you a Veteran?

Do you know if they're going to continue hiring for Houston or they are pretty much done?

Thx!


I'm a 30%+ Disabled Vet, rated BQ. Applied for GS-7. Got email notice from USAJOBS they shut down hiring and wont be filling any positions at GS7. I applied in Houston also. Not that worried about it, I got an offer from DOL for a claims examiner position.


Sorry to see that you were not hired even though you're a Vet. Congratulations on your offer as a Claims Examiner! What grade is that for?

I qualify as a GS-09 due to prior federal experience. I see that the announcement closes on 07/27/2021 and I heard that they are going to have another round of hiring. Maybe we get hired in the next round, Spazilton... Maybe there is hope.

I was referred for the Individual Taxpayer Advisory Specialist and for the Tax Specialist (TCO) also. Would prefer RO because of the promotional opportunities or TCO because their training is a path to Appeals Officer and Tax Analyst.

Let's see...

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